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Scientists have constructed a "micro microwave," a long, narrow device measuring 4 mm long by 7 micrometers wide (the width of a red blood cell). Considered to be the smallest microwave ever, the technology will likely be used for medical "lab-on-a-chip" devices. read more »
The newest and most innovative iPod docking station is now here. Griffin Technology has just released EVOLVE, which is an iPod docking station with wireless speakers. This compact system's design is extremely innovative and should be the look of docking stations in the future. read more »
IKEA furniture is well known for its modern, and innovative design. Is that true of their advertising as well? read more »
The new Sony VAIO VGN-UX490N/C offers a ton of features in a very small package. This mini PC is about the size of an average PDA, and it weighs less than 2 pounds. Needless to say, you can carry this thing anywhere. This device will surely eliminate the need to lug around a laptop. read more »
The 'My Chopsticks Bra' is the latest outrageous creation from Triumph International Japan, a lingerie company that's never been shy about attracting attention to its products - for a good cause, of course! read more »
They came, they saw and the conquered. SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) has announced the 4 winners of their "Most Accessory-Friendly Award." See if your next vehicle made the cut. read more »
The Cooking Jacket "for use in cooking large pieces of meat, turkeys, chickens, roasts and the like," or U.S. patent 4942809, looks like a large mesh hammock with handles designed "to enable the turkey or other piece of meat to be retained in a jacket structure and easily lifted from the cooking pan, pot, vessel or the like." read more »
Ah, the seduction of a kiss. So sexy, so timeless. Thanks to dna11's newest project, cocktail napkins and envelopes aren't the only ones lucky enough to receive that puckered stamp of approval -- now, you can have your own sexy pout immortalized on canvas. read more »
Do people really care about the appearance of their workout equipment? Think about it. What do you usually do with your bulky workout equipment once you have finished using it? You put it up, right? It doesn't exactly match with your home décor, so you put it under your bed, in your closet, in a corner, in the garage. Once it's out of sight it's also out of mind. read more »
It's a little early, but this holiday season I already have a whole new set of innovative solar powered lights to introduce you to. Take a look at them below; snowmen, snowballs, reindeer, and Santa are what seem to be popular this year.
Welcome to my new blog! The following is the first installation in a multi-part series exploring innovative and unusual patents that could help make this your best Thanksgiving celebration ever! read more »
Our Guest Blogger Christian Hoopes is a freelance writer living in West Jordan, UT. His hobbies include poorly conceived home improvement projects, jogging, and jogging away from poorly conceived home improvement projects. He has two little dogs.
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Each night of your life it's the same routine: same boring bed, same boring pillow, same boring pattern of reducing alpha waves, generating theta waves, lowering EMG, entering delta sleep, and finally engaging in rapid eye movement. Aren't you sick of it?
Thanks to a few innovators, however, sleep doesn't have to be boring. In fact, when armed with the right accessories, it can be so exciting you'll regret having slept through it. You'll have to get a camcorder to record yourself sleeping just so you can watch it when you're awake and see how much fun you had. read more »
I've grown a new appendage around my neck. It's called a CliC® reader. If I could find my other seven pair of readers that evaporated into thin air, I would toss them, because I'm now addicted to CliCs. read more »
On the 26th of October, the Tokyo Motor Show kicked off with a roar . Some of the highlights included the Lancer EVO X and the highly anticipated Nissan GT-R. Manufacturers also introduced a handful of concept cars that can only be described as "unique." Here are my picks for the 10 Wackiest Concept Cars from the Tokyo Motor Show: read more »
Our Guest Blogger, Bill E., is the influential yet largely ignored designer of the leisure suit. Bill lives in Denver, enjoys playing underwater ice hockey and is a die-hard fan of now-defunct activities across the globe. He wanted to share is funny invention finds with the readers of InventorSpot.com.
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Variety is the spice of life – that’s why there are so many Spice Girls, at least that’s what I’ve heard. read more »
When November comes around, the video game industry is always in high gear to churn out games. With Christmas approaching, game developers are prepared to get their hopeful holiday season hits out the door.
Every year is the same: kids want games, so developers put the games out for them to purchase during Christmas. The list goes on and on and on, and this is only good for every gamer (and gift giver!).
On the quest for coolness, it's only fitting to have the dopest coffee table on the block. The DelighTable undoubtedly fits that bill... read more »
Gateway is set to release their most stylish computer ever with the "Gateway One". This desktop PC offers great looks and a solid processor. This new PC almost resembles an iMac with its "tower" built into the monitor. This innovative design eliminates the need for those bulky computer towers. This new PC should revolutionize the way that computers are designed in the future. read more »
Curcumin, a polyphenolic compound found in the "curry spice" Tumeric, has been shown to have beneficial effects against cancerous tumors and combats the advance of Alzheimer's disease. The compound breaks down quickly after being eaten, however, so Japanese scientists are creating longer lasting synthetic versions. read more »